“Free Thinking in the Noise of the City” explores free thinking and how to take control over your own narrative through 16 mm black and white footage and hand scratched animations. The piece addresses how the city accommodates diversity and open mindedness though at an overwhelming pace.
It opens up for the questions we have about the narratives we are raised within and those we might be presented as we are growing up and moving places. London’s city scape reminds us of our past but puts us in the present as we are presented with the buildings rising in the sky.
My work primarily focuses on critical thinking relating to social subjects such as gentrification, racism, and power structures. My work often explores such matters through animation, 16 mm, and multiscreen installations. Through my artistic direction my aim is to challenge perceptions, open up for conversations and ask questions that give food for thought.
Even with our disagreements and different viewpoints, we must continue the conversations we are having with each other